Found May 25, 2013 on Diehardsport:
Ottawa Senators forward Chris Neil is one of the more frustrating players to play against in the league and this GIF shows why.  While going to gain position in front of the net, he cup checks Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Douglas Murray in a completely unnecessary cheap shot.  How Neil wasn’t called for a slash on this play is beyond me. [SB Nation]

Daniel Alfredsson says comments after Game 4 were taken out of context. ...

Oh hey look Alfie said he his statements about "probably not coming coming back," were taken out of context. [ NESN ] Alfredsson did say, however, that he wasn’t ready to give up on the team. He reiterated that Thursday, just a few hours after making the postgame comments. “There’s no denying we’re in tough,” Alfredsson said, according to’s Arpon...

Coach’s Corner Last Night Plus Senators/Penguins

After the 1st period of last night's Pens/Sens game, Don Cherry and Ron MacLean discussed the Morrow goal, how to defend 2-on-1 breaks, Daniel Alfredsson, what the Blackhawks need to start doing and a few other topics.     Also, if you missed the end of the game last night, watch below the last minute of play, the handshakes and a Crosby interview. Continue reading...

Senators Head Coach Paul MacLean’s Quickest Press Conference (VIDEO)

As sports fans we all love to see a player or coach’s obnoxious post game interview. We all have the Jim Mora “Playoffs!?!” sound bite in our heads every time we hear the word playoffs.  There are over the top rants and then there are ones that are justified. Last night’s post game conference was justified. Ottawa Senators head coach Paul MacLean was frustrated with after...

The Sound Of Inevitability by @LCJS

Do you know what that sound is, Mr. Alfredsson? That is the sound of inevitability.Daniel Alfredsson had seemingly given up.When asked if the Senators had a chance to win three straight games versus this Penguins team, Alfie responded,“Probably not.” While this refreshingly brutal honesty may come as a surprise, it’s not really that surprising. The question had been asked...

Only One Playoff Game Tonight

The Ottawa Senators face a win or go home scenario tonight when they play the Penguins in Pittsburgh. Puck drops around 7:38pm ET and can be viewed on NBCSN, CBC or RDS. Feel free to comment on the game as it plays out or anything playoff related.

Paul MacLean wisely suggests that his Senators can learn from Penguins’ ‘clinic’

I believe that this is an auto-play video, but Ottawa Senators coach Paul MacLean put things particularly eloquently after his team's series-ending 6-2 loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins on Friday, ending the teams' second-round series in 5 games. MacLean's bottom line on the series, as he told Sportsnet? "I hope they don't charge us for the clinic," he said...

RECAP: Penguins Eliminate the Pesky Sens in Game Five

Forget about style; worry about results. - Bobby Orr.   After taking a 3 to 1 series lead against the Ottawa Senators Wednesday night in Ottawa, the Penguins returned to Pittsburgh to open the doors of the Consol Energy Center to the Sens for Game 5. The Penguins were riding on the momentum of a 7 to 3 victory propelled by a dominating third period while the Senators, for their...

James Neal scores strange goal against Craig Anderson

During the second period of game five of the Pittsburgh Penguins-Ottawa Senators series, Penguins forward James Neal scored a very strange goal on Senators goalie Craig Anderson.  After Neal’s initial shot was stopped by Anderson, Kris Letang picked up the puck and tried to bank it off Anderson.  Letang’s shot rolled around and the puck was on edge and got stuck underneath...

SERIES RECAP: ROUND 2. A bump along the way.

Ottawa's claim to fame coming into this series was that they were pesky. So are mosquitoes. The only difference between the two is one was willing to get blood.  All series, the Sens just didn't seem like a team willing to sacrifice to get anything. Their downfall was how badly outmatched they were against the Penguins.   A team will usually heap praise on their...

Penguins Playoffs: Senators Wounded Animal, or Lame Duck?

Following the Pittsburgh Penguins convincing win over Ottawa Senators in game 4, the Senators looked defeated. Daniel Alfredsson’s comments aside, the overall demeanor and body language spoke of a team ready to wave the white flag. My question to you is can the Sens come back against the Penguins, or have they already given up? [...]

Playoff Gameday: Pittsburgh Penguins & Ottawa Senators - Round Two, Game Five

Ottawa Senators @ Pittsburgh Penguins Penguins Lead Series 3-1 NBCSN, CBC, RDS - 7:30 pm/et Consol Energy Center - Pittsburgh, PA In recent years the Pittsburgh Penguins have had difficulty closing out a playoff series at home. Will things change today? How will the Senators respond to being blown out on Wednesday? For that matter, how will the Penguins...

Travis Yost: Fantastic Season Comes to a Close

Make sure to follow Travis on Twitter! -- In the end, the Ottawa Senators were simply out-classed by the Pittsburgh Penguins. Led by James Neal's hat-trick, Pittsburgh successfully defended home-ice in game five and took care of Ottawa in a relatively quick second-round series. Ottawa fought, and fought, and fought in this series. But sometimes, the talent disparity...

Penguins Advance To Eastern Conference Finals

With a 6-2 win over the Ottawa Senators, the Pittsburgh Penguins move on to the Eastern Conference Finals.  The Senators had a tough time finding any momentum and now many will ask if Daniel Alfredsson has played his last NHL game. 
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